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john fleming
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New vs: Existing walls

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05-10-2005 09:27 AM
Hello, I am wondering where Revit aquires its information on what lineweight to use for new and existing walls? The new walls show up in plan view with a decent lineweight but the existing are still alittle light. Would that be considered a "thin" line? Or is there somewhere else you go to set up the lineweight for existing wall types?

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sbrown
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Re: New vs: Existing walls

05-10-2005 09:50 AM in reply to: john fleming
The existing wall display is controled by the phase graphic overides, Under settings>phases> graphic overides, you select the display properties you want.
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Re: New vs: Existing walls

05-10-2005 11:04 AM in reply to: john fleming
So, there is no way to independently change the linetypes other than globally? Here is what I am getting at. The walls come out to light with the default setting but when I change it to a thicker pen or change the color to black it changes the floor hatch, doors, windows, fixtures etc that didn't need to change. I
*Leonid Raiz
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Re: New vs: Existing walls

05-10-2005 08:27 PM in reply to: john fleming
The solution is as simple as making new materials/line-styles that are not
used by anything else and using them for existing conditions.

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So, there is no way to independently change the linetypes other than
globally? Here is what I am getting at. The walls come out to light with
the default setting but when I change it to a thicker pen or change the
color to black it changes the floor hatch, doors, windows, fixtures etc that
didn't need to change. I
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